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透過感測器實現的穿戴式電子產品

Wearable Electronics Enabled by Sensors

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 319629
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 116 Pages
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透過感測器實現的穿戴式電子產品 Wearable Electronics Enabled by Sensors
出版日期: 2014年11月20日 內容資訊: 英文 116 Pages
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本報告提供穿戴式電子產品的內部感測器所扮演的角色之重要性相關分析,整體技術性結構(平台等等),及相關硬體設備·軟體的聯合性問題,主要的應用領域與今後的預測,新市場進入的動向,與近來開始所提倡的「Internet of Everything」(物聯網)之關聯性,應該解決的各種問題等調查評估。

本報告提供以下問題的答案

  • 穿戴式電子感測器所扮演的角色是什麼?
  • 穿戴式電子產品的生態系統為何?其中感測器所佔的地位為何?
  • 穿戴式電子用感測器的經營模式,現在將如何變化?
  • 穿戴式電子感測器·平台的重要性是什麼?
  • 穿戴式電子產品的內部感測器,如何關係到物聯網(IoT)「Internet of Everything」的實現?
  • 穿戴式電子產品市場相關,在技術·政治·財政·隱私·安全等方面的長期性顧慮是什麼?

第1章 摘要整理

  • 主要調查結果
  • 檢測
  • CEO全方位展望

第2章 市場概要

  • 市場定義
  • 市場概要:穿戴式技術的終端用戶用途
  • 本調查涵蓋的主要疑問點
  • 市場區隔

第3章 穿戴式電子產品內部的感測器及其重要角色

  • 穿戴式電子產品:產品
  • 穿戴式技術:手機性,互相連接性,自我認知性
  • 穿戴式電子用零件
  • 感測器的普遍存在化
  • 穿戴式技術上感測器的用途
  • 民生用途:有穿戴式技術的地方就有感測器
  • 醫療的用途:有穿戴式技術的地方就有感測器
  • 健康·醫療·健身·健康的穿戴式技術
  • 穿戴式技術健康·醫療用途vs健身及健康用途:
  • 產業·企業用途:有穿戴式技術的地方就有感測器
  • 軍事·早期救難人員的用途:有穿戴式技術的地方就有感測器
  • 軍事·早期救難人員用途
  • 汽車用用途:有穿戴式技術的地方就有感測器
  • 汽車用穿戴式電子產品:聯網汽車車內用的健康和保健功能
  • 汽車用穿戴式電子產品:聯網汽車

第4章 感測器及穿戴式電子產品的生態系統

  • 感測器和穿戴式電子產品如何變化
  • 醫療領域上穿戴式電子產品的生態系統
  • 針對醫療的穿戴式電子產品
  • 由於共同開發擴大了穿戴式技術的用途
  • 穿戴式技術的宇宙:感測器,感測器平台,感測器軟體,設備廠商,OEM,終端用戶
  • 軟體·硬體設備大企業的進入市場
  • 從感測器主體模式轉換到解決方案主體模式
  • 穿戴式技術相關終端用戶間的共同開發
  • 感測器集線器:導航解決方案的強力實現因素

第5章 穿戴式電子產品內部的感測器和相關設備複雜性

  • 硬體設備·軟體的複雜性
  • 硬體設備的複雜性
  • 技術的一體化
  • 感測器平台的重要性

第6章 穿戴式電子產品關鍵的感測器平台

  • 穿戴式技術的感測器平台的優點
  • 從單體型感測器轉變到感測器平台·感測器模組的
  • 從感測器發展到解決方案
  • 聯合感應器

第7章 感測器及穿戴式電子產品相關破壞的趨勢

  • 硬/軟體感測器
  • 智慧介面:是否為穿戴式技術的下一個焦點?
  • 健康保險對穿戴式電子產品的影響
  • 穿戴式設備,醫療制度,保險公司
  • 穿戴式電子產品的第1代,第2代
  • 穿戴式設備的一體化
  • 主要的運動·健身用行動應用程式
  • 運動·健身用螢幕的主要供應商
  • 感測器和IoT(物聯網)
  • IoT不可或缺的感測器
  • 日常事物逐漸標籤化的感測器:「Internet of Everything」的促進因素
  • 感測器·穿戴式·巨量資料

第8章 潛在的障礙

  • 穿戴式電子產品的相關課題
  • 資訊過多和終端用戶的疑慮
  • 健身·健康產業的障礙
  • 健康·醫療產業的障礙
  • 資料·安全方面的課題
  • 技術課題

第9章 推動因素·阻礙因素

  • 穿戴式設備市場的推動因素與阻礙因素
  • 穿戴式感測器市場的推動因素與阻礙因素

第10章 預測及趨勢

  • 穿戴式設備市場:市場工程評量
  • 穿戴式感測器市場:市場工程評量
  • 穿戴式設備市場:收益預測
  • 穿戴式設備市場:終端用戶用途別的收益佔有率預測
  • 穿戴式設備市場:各地區的收益佔有率預測
  • 穿戴式感測器市場:收益預測
  • 穿戴式感測器市場:感測器的不同種類收益佔有率預測
  • 穿戴式感測器市場:感測器的不同種類收益預測

第11章 市場佔有率及競爭分析

  • 競爭環境:穿戴式設備
  • 競爭環境:穿戴式感測器
  • 穿戴式電子產品
  • 混合模式
  • 穿戴式設備企業
  • 穿戴式設備企業:各用途
  • 改變遊戲規則者
  • 穿戴式感測器企業
  • 穿戴式感測器企業:專門各領域
  • 感測器平台,感測器資料融合軟體,處理器·微控制器單位(MCU)企業

第12章 彙整

  • 結論:三大預測
  • 法律上的免責聲明

第13章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: MA96-01-00-00-00

Entry of Software, Hardware, and Insurance Companies to Change Sensor Landscape in Wearable Electronics

This study discusses the critical role of sensors in wearable electronics. Ten different types of sensors have been discussed. This number is expected to increase to accommodate more sensing functionalities in wearable devices. However, the scope of this research is much wider as a number of significant trends are discussed, related not only to sensors, but also to sensor platforms, sensor fusion, and sensor algorithms. In the wearable electronics market, sensor platforms are expected to play a significant role for wearable device manufacturers, such as Nike and Fitbit, to test their options before launching a product. In addition, the entry of a number of hardware and software giants, such as Microsoft and Intel, is expected to change the wearables' ecosystem and existing business models, and correspondingly the sensors that go inside the devices. In addition, wearable device penetration is expected to pave the way for the Internet of Everything.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What is the role of sensors in wearables?
  • What is the ecosystem of wearables and where are sensors placed in it?
  • How is the business model changing with respect to sensors in wearables?
  • What will be the importance of sensor platforms in wearables?
  • How do sensors in wearables enable the Internet of Things and the Internet of Everything?
  • What are the technological, political, financial, privacy, and security concerns for wearables in the long term?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. Key Findings
  • 2. Measurements
  • 3. Measurements (continued)
  • 4. CEO's Perspective
  • 5. CEO's Perspective (continued)
  • 6. CEO's Perspective (continued)

2. MARKET OVERVIEW

Market Overview

  • 1. Market Definitions
  • 2. Market Definitions (continued)
  • 3. Market Overview-Wearables End-user Applications
  • 4. Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • 5. Market Segmentation

3. SENSORS AND THEIR CRITICAL ROLE IN WEARABLE ELECTRONICS

Sensors and Their Critical Role in Wearable Electronics

  • 1. Wearable Electronics-Products
  • 2. Wearables-Mobile, Interconnected, and Self-aware
  • 3. Wearable Electronics Components
  • 4. Sensors Become Ubiquitous
  • 5. Sensor Applications in Wearables
  • 6. Consumer Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor
  • 7. Consumer Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor (continued)
  • 8. Consumer Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor (continued)
  • 9. Healthcare and Medical Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor
  • 10. Wearables in Healthcare and Medical, and Fitness and Wellness Applications
  • 11. Wearables in Healthcare and Medical Applications versus Fitness and Wellness Applications
  • 12. Industrial and Enterprise Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor
  • 13. Military and First Responder Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor
  • 14. Military and First Responder Applications
  • 15. Military and First Responder Applications (continued)
  • 16. Automotive Applications-Where There is a Wearable, There is a Sensor
  • 17. Wearable Electronics in Automotive-Connected Car Health and Wellness in the Car
  • 18. Wearable Electronics in Automotive Applications-Connected Car
  • 19. Wearable Electronics in Automotive Applications-Connected Car (continued)
  • 20. Wearable Electronics in Automotive Applications-Connected Car (continued)

4. SENSORS AND THE WEARABLE ELECTRONICS ECOSYSTEM

Sensors and the Wearable Electronics Ecosystem

  • 1. How Sensors and Wearable Electronics Work
  • 2. Wearable Electronics Ecosystem in Healthcare
  • 3. Wearables in Healthcare and Medical Applications
  • 4. More Applications for Wearables to Emerge Through Collaborations
  • 5. Wearable Universe of Sensors, Sensor Platforms, Sensor Software, Device Manufacturers, OEMs, and End Users
  • 6. Entry of Software and Hardware Giants
  • 7. Moving the Model from Sensor-offer to Solution-offer
  • 8. End User Collaboration in Wearables
  • 9. Sensor Hubs-A Powerful Enabler of Navigation Solutions

5. SENSORS AND ASSOCIATED COMPLEXITIES IN WEARABLE ELECTRONICS

Sensors and Associated Complexities in Wearable Electronics

  • 1. Hardware and Software Complexity
  • 2. Hardware and Software Complexity (continued)
  • 3. Hardware Complexity
  • 4. Technology Convergence
  • 5. Importance of Sensor Platforms

6. SENSOR PLATFORMS KEY TO WEARABLE ELECTRONICS

Sensor Platforms Key to Wearable Electronics

  • 1. Advantages of Sensor Platforms in Wearables
  • 2. Advantages of Sensor Platforms in Wearables (continued)
  • 3. From Standalone Sensors to Sensor Platforms and Sensor Modules
  • 4. Evolution from Sensors to Solutions
  • 5. Combo Sensors

7. DISRUPTIVE TRENDS IN SENSORS AND WEARABLE ELECTRONICS

Disruptive Trends in Sensors and Wearable Electronics

  • 1. Hard and Soft Sensors
  • 2. Smart Skin-The Next Big Thing in Wearables?
  • 3. Impact of Health Insurance in Wearables
  • 4. Wearable Devices, the Healthcare System, and Insurance Companies
  • 5. First and Second Generations of Wearables
  • 6. Integration in Wearable Devices
  • 7. Leading Sports and Fitness Mobile Apps
  • 8. Leading Sports and Fitness Monitors Suppliers
  • 9. Sensors and the Internet of Things
  • 10. Sensors are Essential to IoT
  • 11. Sensors are Essential to IoT (continued)
  • 12. Sensor Labels in Everyday Objects to Facilitate Internet of Everything
  • 13. Sensor Labels in Everyday Objects to Facilitate Internet of Everything (continued)
  • 14. Sensor Labels in Everyday Objects to Facilitate Internet of Everything (continued)
  • 15. Sensors, Wearables, and Big Data
  • 16. Sensors, Wearables, and Big Data (continued)

8. POTENTIAL BARRIERS

Potential Barriers

  • 1. Challenges for Wearables
  • 2. Challenges for Wearables (continued)
  • 3. Information Overload and the End Users' Concerns
  • 4. Barriers for Wearables in the Fitness and Wellness Industry
  • 5. Barriers for Wearables in the Healthcare and Medical Industry
  • 6. Data and Security Challenges for Wearables
  • 7. Technical/Technological Challenges

9. DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS

Drivers and Restraints

  • 1. Wearable Devices Market-Drivers and Restraints
  • 2. Wearable Sensors Market-Drivers and Restraints

10. FORECAST AND TRENDS

Forecast and Trends

  • 1. Wearable Devices Market-Market Engineering Measurements
  • 2. Wearable Sensors Market-Market Engineering Measurements
  • 3. Wearable Devices Market-Revenue Forecast
  • 4. Wearable Devices Market-Percent Revenue Forecast by End-user Applications
  • 5. Wearable Devices Market-Percent Revenue Forecast by Region
  • 6. Wearable Sensors Market-Revenue Forecast
  • 7. Wearable Sensors Market-Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type
  • 8. Wearable Sensors Market-Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type
  • 9. Wearable Sensors Market-Revenue Forecast Discussion

11. MARKET SHARE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

Market Share and Competitive Analysis

  • 1. Competitive Environment-Wearable Devices
  • 2. Competitive Environment-Wearable Sensors
  • 3. Wearable Electronics
  • 4. The Hybrid Model
  • 5. Wearable Devices Companies
  • 6. Wearable Devices Companies by Applications
  • 7. The Game Changers
  • 8. Wearable Sensor Companies
  • 9. Wearable Sensors Companies by Expertise
  • 10. Wearable Sensors Companies by Expertise (continued)
  • 11. Sensor Platforms, Sensor Data Fusion Software, and Processor and Microcontroller Unit (MCU) Companies

12. THE LAST WORD

The Last Word

  • 1. The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer

13. APPENDIX

Appendix

  • 1. Methodology
  • 2. Additional Sources of Information on Sensors Market
  • 3. Partial List of Companies Interviewed
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